Lessons in Chess, Lessons in Life: Jose A. Fadul
Chess Lessons:Solving Problems & Avoiding Mistakes Mark Dvoretsky
365 Chess Master Lessons:Take One a Day to Be a Better Chess Player Batsford Andrew Soltis
A Second Series of Lessons on the Game of Chess:Written Expressly for the Use of the Higher Class of Players, and Containing Several New Method of Attack and Defence (Classic Reprint) W. Lewis
Chess for Beginners, in a Series of Progressive Lessons:Showing the Most Approved Methods of Beginning and Ending the Game, With Various Situations and Checkmates, Illustrated by Numerous Diagrams Printed in Colours (Classic Reprint) William Lewis
Written by a Grand Master, this guide isolates basic elements and illustrates them through Master and Grand Master games, breaking down the mystique of strategy into easy-to-understand ideas. More than a lesson in fundamentals, it illustrates the value of acquiring small, permanent advantages and saving the attack for later.
The New In Chess Book of Chess Improvement:Lessons From the Best Players in the World´s Leading Chess Magazine Steve Giddins
Having learned the basic moves, how exactly should a player improve? In this popular classic, the author explains 33 complete games, in detail, move by move, including the reason for each one. Playing through these games and explanations gives real insight into the power of the pieces and how to post them most effectively. ´´The novice who plays through Logical Chess can learn an ocean of basic chess wisdom.´´?Leonard Barden, Engilsh chess master and broadcaster ?Entertains . . . as it reinforces strategic lessons gleaned from chess titans. Illustrates effective middle-game plans.??Library Journal